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serviced sites in cork?

  • 18-04-2007 3:46pm
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    Closed Accounts Posts: 86 ✭✭


    hi am new here so don't even know if i'm posting in the right place, am just wondering is there any specific auctioneers in cork that i need to go to, to find fully serviced sites in cork. Am interested in areas in Cork like Aherla, Cloughduv and Crossbarry.
    anyone out there in Cork who bought/ are buying a serviced site at the moment, can u please let me know how u learned about the site, :eek: i'm blue in the face from looking at property websites like daft, myhome etc. and ringing auctioneers.

    any info back would be great!! :D


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  • Administrators, Sports Moderators Posts: 21,676 Admin ✭✭✭✭✭smashey


    I'm moving this to the South forum as it may get a better response there.


  • Registered Users Posts: 552 ✭✭✭De_man


    kelly1979 wrote:
    hi am new here so don't even know if i'm posting in the right place, am just wondering is there any specific auctioneers in cork that i need to go to, to find fully serviced sites in cork. Am interested in areas in Cork like Aherla, Cloughduv and Crossbarry.
    anyone out there in Cork who bought/ are buying a serviced site at the moment, can u please let me know how u learned about the site, :eek: i'm blue in the face from looking at property websites like daft, myhome etc. and ringing auctioneers.

    any info back would be great!! :D


    forget about crossbarry unless you're a local!!!, you're talking about a huge difference in areas!!!
    you might be able to get a serviced site just outside bandon... check with the county concil and find out the areas where A3 zoning etc doesn't apply and concentrate on these areas i.e. going to the local shops and ask....farmers...anyone you see!!

    in the end i gave up using the above method and just used the internet and searched recent planning applications on the council website :D

    Then phoned the people up and asked them straight out do they know of any sites for sale!! not a great way of doing it but it worked for me (took a year and a half to find a site) there are sites for sale just outside mallow just off the main road


    best of luck


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 86 ✭✭kelly1979


    thanks a million for ur reply, whats the councils website? i think ur right, id be better off ringing them all together am really not getting anywhere with auctioneers or the web.
    dunno if id have the patience to wait a yr and a half though, i know it'll be worth it in the end, but another 2yrs nearly paying rent id be allergic!:D


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